Economy and History DATINI

Economy and History

Lund, Lunds Universitet. Ekonomisk-Historiska Institutionen – Ekonomisk-Historiska Föreningen
dal 1981 assorbita in Scandinavian economic history review
Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia – Coll: Riv. Str. 0231
Consistenza: n. 1, 1958-n. 23, 1980
Lacune: a. 1957, 3; a. 1966,2-1968, 1; 1969, 1; 1973, 2; 1973, 4; 1974, 1-2;
[ 1980-1971 ] [ 1970-1958 ]

copertina della rivista

a. XXIII, n. 2, 1980

Lars G. Sandberg, Richard H. Steckel, Soldier, Soldier, What made you grow so tall? A study of height, health and nutrition in Sweden, 1720-1881, p. 91
Mats Lundahl, Daniel Ndlela, Land alienation, Dualism and Economic discsrimination : South Africa and Rhodesiam, p. 106
Gunnar Persson, Conceptual colonialism : Progress or Retrogression ? Issues in Labour Economics, p. 133

Book reviews, p. 152

a. XXIII, n. 1, 1980

Carl Gustaf Uhr, Eli.F. Heckscher, 1879-1952, and his treatise on mercantilism revisited, p. 3
Forrest Capie, Michael Collins, The extent of British Economic Recovery, p. 40
Lennart Schön, British comptetition and domestic change, Textiles in Sweden 1820-1870, p. 61
Debate on Swedish national product, p. 77

a. XXII, n. 2, 1979

Lars Jonung, Davidson Cassel, Heckscher on Swedish Monetary Policy. A confidential report to the Riksbank in 1931, p. 85
Kenneth H. Norrie, Oats exports, acreage and production statistics and agricoltural depression in Sweden, 1870-1910, p. 102
R. Edwards, Richard Perren, A note on regional differences in British meat prices, 1825-1865, p. 123

Book reviews, p. 135

a. XXII, n. 1, 1979

Gunnar Fridlizius, Population, enclosure and property rights, p. 3
Sven Gaunitz, Local history as a means of understanding economic development. A study of the timber frontier in Northdern Sweden during the industrialization period, p. 38
Ben Baack, The development of exclusive property rights to land in England. An exploratory essay, p. 63

Book reviews, p. 75

a. XXI, n. 2, 1978

Göran Ahlström, Higher technical education and the engineering profession in France and Germany during the 19th century, p. 51
Carl-Axel Nilsson, Lennart Schön, Factories in Sweden 1820-1870. A typological approach, p. 89
Lars Jonung, Eskil Wadensjö, A model of the determination of wages and prices in Sweden, 1922-1971, p. 104
Fritz Hodne, New evidence on the history of tobacco consumption in Norway 1665-1970, p. 114
Ian Smith, The economics of cane and beet sugar: a rejoinder, p. 126

a. XXI, n. 1, 1978

P. G. Edebalk, E. Wadensjö, Unemployment insurance and seasonal unemployment, p. 3
Ole Gjølberg, A note on wages, standard of living and social stability among Norwegian seamen 1832-1914, p. 13
Ben Baack, The economy of sixteenth century England, p. 29
Ian Smith, The economics of cane and beet sugar: a reappraisal, p. 40
G. B. Hagelberg, The economics of cane and beet sugar: a reply, p. 47

a. XX, n. 2, 1977

Riitta Hjerppe, Erkki Pihkala, The gross domestic products of Finland. A preliminary estimate, p. 59
Lars Pettersson, Some aspects of the expansion of education in Sweden, p. 69
Anders Nilsson, Study financing and expansion of education. An eperical study of study financing of University students in Sweden 1920-1957, p. 92

Book reviews, p. 114

a. XX, n. 1, 1977

Jan Ekberg, Long-term effects of immigration, p. 3
Neelambar Hatti, Impact of assistance under PL 480 on indian economy 1956-1970, p. 23
A. J. Kondonassis, The greek inflation and the flight from the Drachma, 1940-1948, p. 41

Book reviews, p. 50

a. XIX, n. 2, 1976

Olle Krantz, Production and labour in the Swedish manufactories during the 18th century, p. 83
Jan Ekberg, Factors influencing the choice of location of immigrants to Sweden, p. 98
Bo Sandelin, On the origin of the Cobb-Douglas production function, p. 117
Gisli Gunnarsson, A study in the historiography of prices, p. 124
Håkan Lindgran, Price development and economic policy in Sweden 1776-1802. A rejoinder to a rejoinder, p. 142

a. XIX, n. 1, 1976

Richard K. Vedder, Lowell E. Galloway, Rune Rydén, Geographic migration within Sweden 1952-1966, p. 3
Olle Krantz, Production and labour in the swedish manufactories during the 18th century, p. 27
Hans-Edvard Roos, Origin of swedish capitalism, p. 49
Göran Ahlström, Price development and economic policy in Sweden 1776-1802. A rejoinder, p. 66

Book reviews, p. 70

a. XVIII, n. 2, 1975

Tommy Bengtsson, Lennart Jörberg, Market integration in Sweden during the 18th and 19th centuries. Spectral analysis of grain prices, p. 93
H. O. Sano, Neelambar Hatti, Growth and distributive justice in Indian agricultural strategies since 1951, p. 105
Gunnar Fridlizius, Some new aspects on Swedish population Growth. II. A study at Parish level, p. 126

Book reviews, p. 155

a. XVIII, n. 1, 1975

Gunnar Fridlizius, Some new aspects on Swedish population growth, p. 3
Toussaint Hocevar, Monetary theory in J. F. Kryger’s second Ljudljana essay (1779), p. 34
Dogu Ergil; Robert I. Rhodes, Western capitalism and the disintegration of the Ottoman empire, p. 41
Falih Al-Shaikhly, International trade and economic development: hitory, trend and application. The validity of the comparative cost analysis, p. 61

Book reviews, p. 77

copertina della rivista

a. XVII, 1974

Carl-Axel Olsson, Estimates of the aggregate Swedish farm supply function 1935-1950. Some priliminary results, p. 3
Bengt Holgersson, Cultivated land in Sweden and its growth 1840-1939, p. 20
Olle Kantz, Carl-Axel Nilsson, Relative income levels in the Scandinavian countries, p. 52
Tommy Bengtsson, Mats Johansson, The contribution of the manufacturing industry to the GDP of Sweden: 1941-1951, p. 70
Gunnar Persson, Social mobility in Sweden 1925-1945, p. 83
Neelambar Hatti, A note on inflation and prices in India during 1939-45, p. 94
Robert M. Jennings, Andrew P. Trout, The tontine re-examined: a modest proposal to reduce the national debt, p. 106

Christer Gunnarsson, Approaches to the economic development of Ghana under colonial rule, p. 116

Book reviews, p. 128

a. XVI, 1973

Fritz Redlich, The eighteenth-century trade in “Light Ducats”, a prifitable illegal business, p. 3
Michael D. Goldberg, Anglo-american economica competition 1920-1930, p. 15
G. B. Hagelberg, Economic comparisons: the cautionary case of beet and cane sugar, p. 37
Neelambar Hatti, External assistance to India from Western governments and international agencies during 1951-61, p. 55
Fritz Hodne, Growth in a dual economy – The Norwegian experience 1814-1914, p. 81
Kumaraswamy Velupillai, The Cobb-Douglas or the Wicksell function? – A comment, p. 111

Bo Gustafsson, A perennial of doctrinal history: Keynes and “the Stockholm school”, p. 114

Book reviews, p. 129

a. XV, 1972

William R. Waters, Methods of explanation in economic history, p. 3
Olle Krantz, The competition between railways and domestic shipping in Sweden 1870-1914, p. 19
Lennart Jörberg, The development of real wages for agricultural workers in Sweden during the 18th and 19th centuries, p. 41
Torun Hedlund-Nyström, The finance act 1862 and its effects on the economy, p. 58
Lennart Schön, Västernorrland in the middle of the nineteenth century – a study in the transition from small-scale to capitalistic production, p. 83
Richard K Vedder, Rune Rydén, Lowell E. Gallaway, Location decisions of recent immigrandts to Sweden, p. 112

Book reviews, p. 127

a. XIV, 1971

Oscar Bjurling, Swedish shipping and British-Dutch comptetition during the 1670s and 1680s, p. 3
Carl-Axel Nilsson, Some notes on the Swedish iron and steel consumption 1885-1914, p. 27
Martin Järnek, Swedish income distribution in the 1960’s, p. 54
Carl-Axel Olsson, The Cobb-Douglas or the Wicksell function?, p. 64

Book reviews, p. 70

by Ove Gerard
Chapter I – The parliaments of 1872 and 1984, p. 5
Appendix – Agreements between Stora Kopparbergs Bergslag, Korsnäs sågverks aktiebolag and kopparbergs and hofors sågverksaktiebolag, p. 44
Chapter II – The government and acquisition by the timber industry of agricultural land, p. 49
Chapter III – The parliament of 1898, p. 73
Chapter IV – The parliaments of 1899 and 1900, p. 91
Chapter V – The parliament of 1901, p. 110
Chapter VI – The consequences of the Decree of the parliament of 1901, p. 154
Appendix I – The questionnaire of the Norrland Committee, p. 155
Appendix II – Companies owning agricultural properties in Dalarne and Norrland amounting to at least 5000 hectares in 1900, p. 160